(of a French wine) having use of its name or designation controlled by the government with respect to the region of production, the variety of grapes used, and the level of quality maintained.
a descriptive name or designation, as Bald in Charles the Bald. a common noun. designative; descriptive. tending toward or serving for the assigning of names: the appellative function of some primitive rites. pertaining to a common noun. Contemporary Examples In the curious case of Elle Fanning, however, the appellative is entirely deserved. Elle Fanning on […]
the defendant or respondent in an appellate proceeding. Historical Examples In case you find his decision right, bring both the appellant and the appellee to the panglima. Studies in Moro History, Law, and Religion Najeeb M. Saleeby The party appealing is called appellant; the adverse party is the appellee or respondent. The Government Class Book […]
a person who prosecutes in an appellate proceeding. Obsolete. a person who accuses another in a criminal appeal. Historical Examples No appellor has received more tender and forgiving judgement. The Raven Edgar Allan Poe Glanvill says that wounds are within the sheriff’s jurisdiction, unless the appellor adds a charge of breach of the king’s peace. […]
to add as a supplement, accessory, or ; subjoin: to append a note to a letter. to attach or suspend as a pendant. to sign a document with; affix: to append one’s signature to a will. Contemporary Examples Just append “/tweber/socialmedia” to your search terms when using Blekko. Testing the New Google Killer Thomas E. […]